High School

Paper Circuit Skulls

Add some flash (literally) to a Day of the Dead skull design by making a battery-powered paper circuit that lights up an LED. Paper circuits are a popular, hands-on way to get creative while you explore the basics of electricity and how circuits function.

For those in grades 4-12. Groups of six or more are requested to e-mail jmstolz@dmpl.org a day or more before the event.

Cosplay Fashion Show

The best part of creating a costume is wearing it! Come show off your design and share ideas with other cosplay and costume enthusiasts. Haven’t created a costume yet? No problem! You’re still welcome to attend and check out the neat designs that others have created. You might even leave with some inspiration to start your own project! This program is open to teens in grades 6-12.

Teen Cosplay and Costuming 101

Have you ever wanted to design your own costume, but didn’t know where to begin? Maybe you’ve cosplayed before and just want some tips and ideas for next time. Experienced and beginning cosplayers alike are invited to sign up for this 3 day workshop, where we will discuss the history of cosplay as well as the supplies, planning, and research that goes into creating a great costume. This program is open to teens aged 12-18, and registration is required.


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